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Source of the River Gándara HDR (Soba Valley, Cantabria, Spain)
Northern Spain

Nacimiento del Rio Gándara, conocido tambien como Rio de Soba. Es el mayor afluente del Rio Asón, ambos se juntan en Ramales de la Victoria para desembocar en el parque natural de las Marismas de Santoña. En la zona del nacimiento hay un molino restaurado que sirve para llevar la mitad del caudal del rio al pueblo, y la otra mitad es la que se dirige al rio Asón.

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